So easy. So good. Learned to make this at a League of Kitchens class I took last week on Korean cooking. Wash watercress (2 bunches). Put in boiling water for 2 minutes. Drain and press out water. Chop. Put in about 1T sesame oil, 1T roasted sesame seeds, 2 chopped garlic cloves and salt to taste.
Garlic, Sesame Oil, Sesame Seeds, Spring Onions (Scallions), Watercress
At the Mill City Farmers Market in Minneapolis - a little pie-inspiration
Spent a few days in the great city of Minneapolis so get ready for some real farmers market action! From the Mill City Farmers Market.
Further adventures in Korean cooking from the League of Kitchens class I took. Our teacher, Sunny, makes her own soy sauce. Crocks of the stuff are on her front porch and stay there all year round....